Government & Public Policy
In an effort to help Mexican nationals wade through various immigration and criminal issues, foreign service officers are studying the foundations of American law.
As USMCA ratification is completed, and NAFTA is replaced, UArizona researchers provide insight into what this means for US-Mexico relations.
It has been a humanitarian challenge for years, but now, the rapidly shifting policies of the Trump administration have once again put the border front and center. Discover how past presidents approached the issue in this decade-by-decade timeline.
While the Covid-19 pandemic has impacted a spectrum of industries, tech included, companies from both the Arizona-Sonora region and abroad are still looking for support to foster tech innovation in the region.
UArizona researchers explore how new policies for asylum seekers are straining relations between the United States and Mexico.
A relationship between researchers on both sides of the border sheds light on the impacts of a dam project on the Mayo River, particularly on the Guarijío indigenous people residing in the foothills of the Sierra Madre.
When Covid-19 hit, the Trump administration pressured Mexico to keep factories that supply the United States operating during the coronavirus pandemic, even as outbreaks swept the companies, highlighting the nations' unique relationship.
A research team at the University of Arizona is using a novel way to investigate the driving forces behind Central America emigration through Mexico and into the United States: natural language processing and machine learning.
An examination of this complex issue — and why it often gets lost in the ongoing border debates.
Trade and worker protections, COVID-19 safety and suppression, and border security and migrant rights are all key issues the U.S. and Mexico must tackle in order to maintain a strong partnership in years to come.